BEHEMOTH To Begin Recording In Two Weeks

Polish black/death metallers BEHEMOTH are continuing work on their seventh full-length album, "Demigod", tentatively due in the fall through Regain Records (Europe), Century Media (USA and South America) and Mystic (Poland).

"Last week we started rehearsing with in full line-up with session guitarist Seth (known from death metal band NOMAD)," the band write on their web site. "New songs sound killer now! There are still some songs to be finished but we wanna keep the whole creative process a bit spontaneous so we give it a bit of improvisation... It's sure now that album will include regular 10 songs. It's also quite possible that we'll re record some of the older stuff, from 'Grom' era...we will see. We are thinking of recording some cover tunes too, it became some kind of tradition so...we thought of DANZIG and BLASPHEMY but haven't really decided anything yet. Expect more surprises to come...we are thinking of some extraordinary ideas for 'Demigod'."

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